Here’s a roundup of all the Photo Plus Expo 2010 Coverage we did.
At Photo Plus Expo 2010, I got the opportunity to shoot with two very legendary lenses in the Leica lineup. The 50mm F/0.95 Noctilux is the fastest lens available in the lineup and the 90mm F/2 has been touted as one of the sharpest lenses the manufacturer makes. See the samples below.
The Olympus E-5 is the company’s latest DSLR and an update to their much-loved E-3. Besides some ergonomic changes and a few more updates, the E-5 performs and feels much like the company’s sword swinging Spartan in an attempt to take out it’s competitors.
Winning one of the longest name awards, the Zeiss 85mm Cine lens for Canon EF mount is a gorgeous and heavy hunk of glass designed for cinematographers. I got some time to try it out on the Canon 7D today and a video sample will be coming soon. However, my experience with the lens was much different than it has been with DSLR lenses.
The Canon S95review continues by analyzing the results of medium to high ISO images. The results will perhaps surprise you. If you remember correctly, images were a bit problematic at low ISO settings.
I paid a visit to Tamron and Sigma during Photo Plus Expo 2010, in New York City. I am in the market for better ultra wide angle Nikon DX lenses for my landscape photography.
Cinematographers—want some of amazing looking bokeh for your Canon DSLR? Well, I was able to get a quick test with the Zeiss 35mm F/1.4 for Canon mount at Photo Plus Expo 2010. Overall, I really was very impressed with the lens and actually was feeling very envious. Even though I’ve got a Canon 35mm F/1.4 L, the new Zeiss lens just felt leaps and bounds better.
Being a Nikon shooter, Photo Plus Expo 2010, in New York City, was an excellent time for me to visit Nikon and see what’s new and have my wife tell me ’no’ a lot. Nikon has new lenses like the their 24mm 1.4 which we reviewed not too long ago, as well as the 35mm 1.4 and their 85mm 1.4. I got to see some incredible examples of what these lenses could do. I was able to get sample images with the Nikon D7000 and D3100 which I talked about in a post several weeks ago. I also finally got my hands on the P7000. There was no news on the Next Full frame from Nikon
The Frio, the world’s first truly universal cold-shoe was on display at the Orbis booth at Photo Plus Expo.
I previously talked about why you should buy the Leica D-LUX 5 over the Panasonic LX-5. A review unit is being rushed to me from Leica, but I finally got the opportunity to try this little camera out. From my first impressions, I think that it very well could be the best point-and-shoot I’ve ever used.